Bonnie Beaudet

Meet the tour guide! Bonnie Beaudet

It’s not easy being a tour guide especially in Concord. The first bar to cross is the licensing, which requires an eight-week training on interpreting town history as well as...

Why is Concord a literary mecca?

Home To Iconic American Authors, Poets, and Philosophers By Victor Curran Readers from all over the world come to Concord to visit the places where Alcott, Thoreau, Hawthorne, and Emerson…

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Sleepy Hollow Cemetery among the ‘World’s Greatest Cemeteries’

Some might call them tombstone tourists, grave hunters or even taphophiles. That’s someone who has a passion for cemeteries and all things related: epitaphs, gravestone rubbing, photography, art, and famous…

April Events in Concord

In April, we observe many holidays and special events from honoring moments in history to taking vacations from school and enjoying the great outdoors. In Concord, you’ll find many events...

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Family-Friendly April Activities in Concord

This April school vacation, what better way to enjoy time with your kids than to take them to Concord? This town offers many fun activities for all different ages. Whether...

Historic homes in Concord: Living museums to visit

Minute Man National Historical Park has one of the largest collection of historical homes in the National Park system.Concord house museums are living history centers that teach through the collection,...

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Historic homes in Concord: living history sites to visit

Minute Man National Historical Park has one of the largest collection of historical homes in the National Park system. Concord house museums are living history centers that teach through the...

Concord Festival of Authors Explores the Art of Storytelling

  The 31st annual Concord Festival of Authors (CFA) celebrates the written and spoken word with top-notch literary events throughout town on October 20 –30. Managed by the Friends of the Concord Free...

Remembrance of George Washington Dugan

By Edward Feather On Saturday, July 15th at 10:30 am a ceremony was held at Monument Square in Concord to honor and remember George Washington Dugan for his service to...